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The path to academic success begins with kindergarten, and this practical guide for parents identifies and assesses a child's kindergarten readiness. Getting off to a good start is an important step in giving children a positive attitude toward school and learning. Includes criteria for evaluating a good kindergarten program, explains how to help your child cope with the transition from home to school, and gives pointers on how to identify a great kindergarten teacher.
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When your child's first day of school looms, it's important to remember that getting ready is more than just new shoes and the 64 pack of crayons. Susan and Mitch Golant cover the basics in Kindergarten: It Isn't What It Used to Be. You'll find out what to look for in a good program for your child and how to deal with the required deadlines for testing and immunizations. The authors even suggest numerous ways to insure complete readiness, from conversation skill building to dealing with school restrooms. Learn how to look for clues in your child's behavior that indicate readiness. Ask yourself questions like "Is my child motivated to learn? Encouraged to solve problems?" The book is organized in a very parent-friendly manner, with short chapters, clear suggestions, and a question-and-answer format. It's a terrific asset for parents faced with all those current age-and-skill related dilemmas that accompany kindergarten choices today. --Jill Lightner
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Book Description Lowell House. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0737302534 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.3039685